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Plant Pathology: Infection Process: Plant Defenses: Genetics of Resistance
... specific resistance limits the host range of the pathogen to a plant genus, this type of resistance occurs at the level of the host plant species, and is termed species-specific resistance. Cultivar-specific or species-specific resistance ...
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Gene Specific Interactions
... Specific Interactions Gene Specific Interactions Resistance is only induced when a plant cultivar in possession of a specific resistance (R) gene recognises a pathogen race that contains the corresponding avirulence (avr) gene (a). The absense of either the avirulence gene (b), the resistance gene ...
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Cancer Patients and Drug Therapy
... when undergoing chemotherapy. There are various mechanisms known to convey drug resistance in the chemotherapy patient: Specific resistance to a selected drug can occur by deletion of the necessary activation enzyme for that drug such as deoxycitidine kinase for the drug cytosine arabinoside (3). A general type of resistance ...
extoxnet.orst.edu

Journal of Russian Phytopathological Society, Vol.1, Part 1. (2000)
... which Induced non-Specific resistance of Plants to Viral and Fungal Diseases. 75 Monakhos G.F., Djalilov F.S. Genetic Sources and Methods for Estimation of Brassicas Resistance to Black Rot . 83 Ignatov A., Kuginuki Y., Hida K. Distribution and Inheritance of Race-Specific Resistance to Xanthomonas campestris pv. campestris ...
herba.msu.ru

Profitable Soybean Disease Management in Ohio, Bulletin 895
... , by law, to read and follow all current label directions for the specific pesticide being used. Due to constantly changing labels and product registration, some ... Strategies for Soybeans The Basics Soybean Disease Management Techniques Defined Host Resistance Race Specific Resistance Partial Resistance When Is Resistance Effective? Tillage Soil Regions of Ohio Tiles in Fields Crop ...
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TOBACCO MOSAIC VIRUS
... Culver J.N. Tobacco mosaic virus assembly and disassembly: Determinants in pathogenicity and resistance Ann. Rev. Phytopath. 40, 287- 308 (2002) Dawson, W.O. Tobamoviruses in ... for defective 30K have generalized virus resistance 8- Transgenics for defective replicases can have specific resistance 9- Transgenic resistance, other than capsid mediated resistance, often mediated through gene silencing ...
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Fungal Pathogenicity
... Overview Group Members Publications Current Research Canola Yield Decline Breakdown of Major Gene Resistance to Blackleg Fungal Pathogenicity Sclerotinia Stem Rot of Canola Gene Clusters for Fungal ... Wise R, Schulze-Lefert P (2001) Cell-autonomous expression of barley Mla1 confers race-specific resistance to the powdery mildew fungus via a Rar1-independent signaling pathway. Plant Cell 13 ...
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Understanding the involvement of rhizobacteria-mediated induction of systemic resistance in biocontrol of plant diseases
... of systemic resistance in biocontrol of plant diseases P.A.H.M. Bakker, L.X. Ran, C.M.J. Pieterse, and L.C. van Loon Pages 5-9 Abstract: Specific strains of nonpathogenic rhizobacteria can induce systemic resistance that is effective against a range of plant pathogens. To exploit induced systemic resistance, detailed knowledge of the triggering ...
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Genetic engineering of plants to enhance resistance to fungal pathogens-a review of progress and future prospects
... resistance to fungal pathogens-a review of progress and future prospects Genetic engineering of plants to enhance resistance to fungal ... specific or pathogen-inducible promoters, and the engineered expression of resistance genes, synthetic antimicrobial peptides, and elicitor molecules that induce defense responses have the potential to provide commercially useful broad-spectrum disease resistance ...
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OREP - Fusarium Resistance via Biotechnology
... years. Thus, we are looking at biotechnology strategies for identifying and developing novel Fusarium resistance in maize. The mycotoxin DON enhances the spread of Fusarium in the plant. ... for resistance, maize gene promoters specific for the tissues susceptible to Fusarium attack are needed. We have isolated and characterized a silk-specific promoter (U.S. patent filed). A kernel-specific promoter ...
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